Stilgherrian (@stilgherrian)

Wentworth Falls NSW AU

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March 30th, 2016

OH, while I’m taking drink orders: “But if I have a gin and tonic I’ll get naughty. [Pause] I’ll have a gin and tonic.”

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One bar tab runs out, another opens.

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Tony Ate… at Eight #31: Tony wishes this baby was puréed so he could lick it like an ice-cream. (Photo: News Corppic.twitter.com/bXfphJwkVdVd

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“Tony Ate… at Eight” is a tribute to Abbott’s love of things in his mouth. 0800 AEDT, repeated 2000 AEDT, until we can bear it no longer.

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A toast to @boydpr. We’ll miss you, young lady. pic.twitter.com/ht7GVYCvZB

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Heading to @boydpr’s retirement drinks, which will not be dangerous whatsoever.

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Len Rust and I are helping*.

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crikey_news Today’s @deptofaustralia . Four Kings? Never Have I Ever? pic.twitter.com/o7QR3zgW4x

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OH: “I used to sail at Pittwater but these days the dickhead ratio is too high.”

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Very disruption. Much nimble. Wow. twitter.com/dobes/status/7…

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We also just saw this CSIRO robot, Weaver. youtube.com/watch?v=OxOMmo… -live

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Here’s more on CSIRO’s “Legged Robots”. Enjoy. wiki.csiro.au/display/ASL/Le… +live pic.twitter.com/JUQWx66rin

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@purserj There’s been some advances in important-object detection, plus some really innovative stuff soon (maybe, it’s a PhD project).

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@purserj The resolution of the human implants has yet to be finalised. I’ve got that as a question on notice. Will find out soon.

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I think @ashabeeeee has fallen in love with a robot called Zee. +live

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Cool, the “bionic eye” project should be going to human trials this year. Final agreements to be done first. +live

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@ashabeeeee So, you know Data61 is kind of world leader in surveillance systems? You go and steal it.

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All of this is true. It happened at the dumpling bar but THEY HAVE RUN OUT OF DUMPLINGS. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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@dobes @leopinion I am an aqueduct of knowledge.

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Thank you to the guy who just said “I’m a big fan, can I buy you a bottle of wine?” and handed me money. I looked you up, I will stalk you.

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@dobes @leopinion Is there? Did I write one? I think I stole one from someone. Quite possibly from @RealDMitchell.

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@ashabeeeee This guy can also fold his legs back and turn into a neat rectangular package to fit in his flight case.

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@ashabeeeee Far back end of the booths. There’s a couple other robots, and a drone helicopter.

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@ShaneBryan_Aus Some are. UNSW is currently the best, at least that’s the consensus I’m getting.

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Turner points me to the behavioural work that Data61 is gdoing +live

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Q (me): If humans are the weakest link, what are we doing to help those humans not be so weak? +live

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Davies: They need to learn real-world attacks, and how to chain them, not just theory, not just defence.

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Davies: A lot more work with students really using what they’re learning. War games. Real attacks, not theoretical attacks. +live

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Q: What should universities be doing differently for cybersecurity education? +live

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Turner reminds us that security needs to be driven from the company boardroom. +live

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Note that by “Davies” I mean Craig Davies, and by “Craig” I mean Jackie Craig. +live

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Davies: We need to continually revise our threat models. Yes, models plural. +live

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Craig: Once we know what those problems are, we can pull out the critical questions from that. +live

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Craig: The first thing to do is know what the question is. What are your critical missions? What are the risks? Address those. +live

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Q: Before we head into fancy new technology, what work are we doing to simplify what we’re already doing? +live

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Davies: Machine learning is an area we’re “super interested in” at Atlassian. +live

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Davies: The SME business sector is ripe for being breached and needs innovative ideas. +live

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Davies: Compared with vendors at RSA Conf etc, at events in AU like this one he seems much better ideas. +live

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Turner: We need to get a critical mass of researchers to attract the investment. +live

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Turner: Examples of that are proven and resilient system, and the nexus between people and security. +live

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Turner: AU needs to concentrate on research areas where there’s a market gap or where AU has the lead. +live

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Hale: Australia is #5 in the world for patents for cybersecurity stuff. +live

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There’s a discussion now about getting women into the cybers. Reinforcing messages that have been covered in news before. +live

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Connick: The PM is personally enthusiastic about cyber and STEM etc. +live

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@AshKyd I know. I complained about it earlier. It doesn’t even pass lexical tokenisation. I hate it hate it hate it.

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Davies is talking to Australianuniversities re STEM graduates, “but I need them yesterday”. +live

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Last year Atlassian hired 80 graduates [in AU?], 3 of which went to cybersecurity. +live

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Atlassian set up its cybersecurity centre in Austin TX, but is keen to invest here in Australia. +live

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Davies reinforces the oft-repeared message that we’re really short of infosec talent. +live

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Craig: Sees DSTG’s role, from the Defence White Paper, a collaboration with other organisations as part of the “jigsaw” of R&D. +live

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I think Jackie Craig has heard Connick’s narrative before. +live pic.twitter.com/AqQotdfgKn

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Connick: The cybersecurity review will be released “shortly”. [I assume as a pre-election announceable.] +live

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OK, this is the actual cyberpanel. +live pic.twitter.com/iT0GF1oD7K

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Oh, That panel list may be wrong. Stand by. +live

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We’ve got 1000+ people here today, we’ve just been told. +live

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And… blockchain makes an appearance. +live pic.twitter.com/AHaUcSTeAt

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Looking at big patterns in data can predict people’s illnesses before they’re necessarily aware themselves. +live

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Pentland explains how mapping “foraging behaviour” of people’s spending to predict financial well-being. +live

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@SilvesterSJ I’m not enjoying it either. But now I refuse to change.

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Next up: Prof Alex “Sandy” Pentland, research director at MIT Media Lab, “Connection Science and Internet Trust +live

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We seem to be running about 20 minutes behind schedule. events.csiro.au/Events/2016/Fe… +live

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“Nineteen Eighty-Four” redux. +live pic.twitter.com/bfhD8YTJMt

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I assume this is a prediction about COAG . +live pic.twitter.com/u7SSwVjiB3

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From tweets to situational awareness. +live pic.twitter.com/XbuNIhQKMI

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@jeamland They’re old-school kernel hackers. Do they even know what programming languages are?

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“Security is no excuse for poor performance. We don’t permit that around here.” +live

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Learning about timing analysis attacks to extract encryption keys from memory caches, and defending against them. +live

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Have just been updated on the work with DARPA and Boeing and seL4 kernel and pilotless helicopters. Impressed. +live

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@jdub Because I do what I’m told. And because I’m not sure what this wrist tag does.

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Does anyone want a Data61 yo-yo? +live

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I am currently heading deep down this rabbit-hole. +live pic.twitter.com/6GaMDKWRmv

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OK, I’ve just found where the computational linguists are hanging out and I am in heaven. +live

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Pro Tip: Do not get between scientists and free food. +live

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The dumplings are ready but now there is a massive queue sadface. +live pic.twitter.com/5DeML0EhBa

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Bean bags are pretty good for your bum, but not good for the rest of you, says our MC. Who seems sort of familiar. #61+live

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Next up is “Panel 1 - A global dilemma: Why are our kids dropping out of STEM?” but I won’t be covering that. +live

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Edwards says “there’s nothing more vital” than encouraging kids to study STEM. +live

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I hadn’t realised that Boeing and CSIRO have been collaborating for 27 years on strategy research. 20+ current projects. +live

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Boeing showcases some of its leading-edge aerospace technology. +live pic.twitter.com/53QRMe09yu

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First up is Michael Edwards, GM, Boeing Research & Technology Australia. +live

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OK, we’re kicking off. Here’s the program. events.csiro.au/Events/2016/Fe… +live

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THE DUMPLINGS WON’T BE READY FOR ANOTHER TEN MINUTES THIS EVENT IS RUBBISH. +live

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Hah! Was the official hashtag tested? +live isn’t valid syntax. Also, effing hard to type on a phone.

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Arriving at D61+ LIVE. There’s an all-day dumpling bar! +live pic.twitter.com/7qbvI8xqjf

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The cafe in the National Innovation Centre has quite decent large coffees for $3.50.

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Steam crane at Australian Technology Park. pic.twitter.com/LZzKFtUj5Y

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I wonder what word he uses for one people coming into country occupied by another and raising a flag? “Liberation”? twitter.com/GreenJ/status/…

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@juhasaarinen No, though auto-mangle does its best to detain me.

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Detrained. At Redfern, because ATP’s cafe is up this end.

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ellinghausen Pie stop along the Golden Highway in New England may result in sightings of the DPM pic.twitter.com/whxfzXGYcI

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Where is @Sportscraft’s social media manager in all this? Or is it lame talk-only deal?

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@PointZeroOne @GordyPls @Sportscraft I mean the backdrop during the pressed, not the uniforms themselves.

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@helen_hollins I’m not nauseated, but yes that’ll strobe horribly on TV.

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@GordyPls Based on that experience, I’m not sure the @Sportscraft logo would pass that test. That type really stands out.

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@GordyPls @Sportscraft A friend had to deal with this when designing the Sydney Olympics information kiosks and sponsor logos vs the rings.

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@GordyPls @Sportscraft Ah, I’ve dealt with these before. “Prominence over and above” refers to visual impact, not merely size.

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Entrammed. Early, because I’ll have a coffee before the event starts.

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@jplonie @SnarkyPlatypus Google didn’t case that. Arsehats caused that.

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Taco_Lad No. It isn’t. Like industrial accidents aren’t a thing. They happen, sure. But they’re still not cool, or a ‘thing’ twitter.com/MailOnline/sta…

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Leichhardt North entramming field. instagram.com/p/BDjlAdiiFuI/

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@NewtonMark Now there’s two distinct parts to that question…

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I’ll be at D61+ LIVE this afternoon. events.csiro.au/Events/2016/Fe… There’s a cyberpanel at 1400 AEDT! pic.twitter.com/winhakyNrM

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sosadtoday i sexually identify as a vague sense of impending doom

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So, we’ll be living in a future designed by cashed-up white boys who think it’s “cool” when your head falls off. twitter.com/9_volt88/statu…

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AoDespair Last known photograph of the Republican Party, making steam for Cleveland, Ohio upon departing Southhampton. pic.twitter.com/lQeHxH4PXw

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SnarkyPlatypus Five star pout. twitter.com/rustyjacko/sta…

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phbarratt How come Border Force is allowed to go in strike? Aren’t they a military outfit now, or is that only when it suits?

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Come back, Joe Hockey. All is forgiven.

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phbarratt For Morrison the most appropriate analogies are the ones about being out of your depth. twitter.com/seearjay/statu…

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lenoretaylor Are there unicorns in the tax supermarket?

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phbarratt Someone please find this man a job he can actually do. twitter.com/tim_beshara/st…

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@ParzivalCharge True. I hadn’t really thought about that.

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@katedoak I have… mixed feelings. But it’s mostly that I don’t want to be in a car. Can’t work. No space. Surrounded by more cars.

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@ParzivalCharge I thought “dolewave” was only used in Australia?

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@SnarkyPlatypus The time difference is only 2 to 5 minutes.

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GreenJ a good goat will do that. twitter.com/mashable/statu…

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@SnarkyPlatypus Only by a couple hundred metres, according to The Google.

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MaestroJ PM spotted on the morning commute from Bondi Junction. via @reddit pic.twitter.com/hOftYzANFJ

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@katedoak It’s also more expensive, and in any event I don’t use Uber.

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This is the route I’ll be taking to ATP today, more or less the same time as via Central. pic.twitter.com/lHYNewUzJ7

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Oh I quite like the new uniforms too, @ResignInShame @jonkudelka, but that’s a separate issue from being reminded of ice-cream sellers.

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michellegrattan If Turnbull gets up state income tax it will be third time lucky - efforts by both Fraser and Hawke came to nothing

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So to recap: Hijack Portraits are a thing; the Tele sulks about James Cook; and Australians begin a traditional Mocking of Olympic Uniforms.

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@staffordrdhall There there, you’ll survive. [Pats head gently.]

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Wed plan: Administrivia (shortly); bins; 1230 D61+ LIVE, Australian Technology Park; 1800 @boydpr retirement drinks which will end well*.

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@GordyPls @Sportscraft Quite possibly. Shall you fetch the guidelines, or shall I?

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“It’s a uniform… just get behind it.” Yes, you’re quite right. Sorry for having my own thoughtstwitter.com/staffordrdhall…U6

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Oh this is another nice observation, yes, I can see that. twitter.com/helen_hollins/…

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That backdrop. Surely etiquette requires the @Sportscraft logo to be SMALLER than the Australian Coat of Arms? twitter.com/nicolejeffery/…

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UNSW The full @UNSWCOMPUTING Public Lecture, “Killer Robots”, is now available for viewing: youtu.be/iKrK5Zxil5o

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@jturner_ibrs Ooh, I don’t seem to have that one. Would you mind doing the needful? Also, I agree re Verizon.

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@helen_hollins @kittychiller @Sportscraft Oh I quite like them too. That’s a separate issue from what images they might conjure up.

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@ResignInShame @kittychiller @Sportscraft Our mental image has been ruined by a certain 1970s comedy program…

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@ApostrophePong @iain_chalmers I should ask @marcfennell if he has a list of recommended Ozploitation films handy.

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Is it just me, or do these new Australian Olympic Team uniforms look like ice-cream salespeople? twitter.com/kittychiller/s…

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@eightiestragic @ApostrophePong It most certainly was. His first full-length film.

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@iain_chalmers @ApostrophePong We have, and your argument has some merit. Trailer of digitally restored print. youtube.com/watch?v=HbS4Yt…

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Damn, I wish I hadn’t done those last two retweets and just retweeted this one. twitter.com/feed_the_chook…

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feed_the_chooks Wait until the Daily Tele discovers “The Fatal Shore” and — wait for it — realises it’s dedicated to the Prime Minister.

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MarkDiStef That moment The Tele ~discovered~ the syllabus for HISTORY students at a university. pic.twitter.com/WtQB9YR6nY

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Good analysis of the cost of DDoS attacks and a teardown of “it’s just harmless protest” BS by @troyhunt troyhunt.com/2016/03/new-pl…

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@iain_chalmers Exactly, yes. The buffer at the bottom of the shaft sometimes fails and punches up through the floor, so stand and the sides.

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“Razorback”(1984) is the greatest Australian movie of all time. youtube.com/watch?v=f-WKSn… Ping @ApostrophePong

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“Tony Ate… at Eight” is a tribute to Abbott’s love of things in his mouth. 0800 AEDT, repeated 2000 AEDT, until we can bear it no longer.

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Tony Ate… at Eight #31: Tony wishes this baby was puréed so he could lick it like an ice-cream. (Photo: News Corppic.twitter.com/OKM7CoUrgEgE

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@ApostrophePong Yeah, but it needs to be something that covers culture broadly, not just the 1970s low-budget. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ozploitat…

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@ApostrophePong Maybe it needs a slightly different name, though. Maybe “Heaps Oz”.

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@ReclaimAus Thanks very much. I’m glad you like it.

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kinshasha Remember this kids (this is an actual Australian government campaign at the moment) pic.twitter.com/5bLhWXPXWV

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Maybe I should write a book,”Very Oz”, @ApostrophePong , along the lines of “Very Thai”.

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ApostrophePong WA Clotheslines. How Australian! How inspiring!
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OK, so I’m getting pushback re “alpha geek”. The term is used. Google will reveal its shades of meaning. Get your lives in order, people.

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“Good riddance, gig economy: Uber, Ayn Rand & the awesome collapse of Silicon Valley’s dream of destroying your job” salon.com/2016/03/27/goo…

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I’d upset the people trapped with me by describing impossibly frightening scenarios if the cables broke. twitter.com/joshgnosis/sta…

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Yes, those poor misunderstood special-snowflake alpha geeks, oppressed by the vast herds of the mediocre. twitter.com/SunEconomy/sta…

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@davispg @paulwallbank Business can’t afford to only employ alpha geeks in every single role, either economically or socially.

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@davispg @paulwallbank Part of is that tinkerers love tinkering, whereas efficient businesses settle into smooth, predictable workflows.

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jeamland Maybe for @stilgherrian’s next recording equipment update? twitter.com/csoghoian/stat…

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joshgans My thoughts on The Disruption Dilemma on @ProductHunt producthunt.com/books/the-disr… pic.twitter.com/0fwEj5YcnQ

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joshgans The Disruption Dilemma: Disruption is a challenge but evidence says it can be tamed producthunt.com/books/the-disr… pic.twitter.com/jTvMTtJMJh

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As opposed to what happens with other businesses, where customers are overjoyed with price rises. twitter.com/juhasaarinen/s…

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AequoEtBono Hang on, you offer a vegetarian option for what? instagram.com/p/BDjLk8ikdR5/

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So @paulwallbank is diluting the “API economy” Kool-Aid, and he’s right. paulwallbank.com/2016/03/29/bre…

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They’re sending The Van for @kcarruthers as we speak. twitter.com/kcarruthers/st…

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@GordyPls I hate you and everything you stand for.

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@ThisIsFusion Also, I should not be allowed to use the internet before 0900 local time. Or after, for that matter.

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@ThisIsFusion So what you’re saying is you’ll eventually burst open, like a spider’s egg sac? That would be cool.

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jeamland You won’t believe this @stilgherrian selfie. pic.twitter.com/c3vjx6j8d4

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@ManBartlett @kevinroose Love your work. Except for that bit. You bring shame upon your families.

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Ah, @FusionNews is a talk-at-you-only account, so @ThisIsFusion needs to read this tweet. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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Wed plan, draft: Administrivia (urgent items only); 1230 D61+ LIVE, Australian Technology Park; 1800 @boydpr retirement drinks, Sydney CBD.

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STOP BEING STUPID.

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Next week, @FusionNews plans to run a photograph of a tractor in Idaho with the headline “Motorcycle takes selfie on Mars”.

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Dear @FusionNews, think about what “selfie” means, take another look at the photo, and consider your life choices. fusion.net/story/285906/b…

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@StanCarey Oh fair point. My pic was taken in the usual Blue Mountains place. No cats, though maybe a quoll at night.

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@MartinCuddihy Heh. It’s a brilliant photo. A meme in just minutes from now, I suspect.

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@StanCarey If it’s like most birds, it’ll lay there for an hour or so and then fly off again. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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@MartinCuddihy Oh you’re OK, Martin. It’s just those arsehats at @Independent_ie that should be set on fire at the earliest opportunity.

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If you effing humans start using “selfie” for any photo with a person in it then God help me the asteroid is too good for you.

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@Independent_ie @MartinCuddihy IT IS NOT A SELFIE LOOK WHERE HIS HANDS ARE THIS IS NOT A SELFIE THIS IS NOT A SELFIE FFS.

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God bless America.

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PETITION: “Dance with Mrs. Kuhn’s Calculus class… while visiting Austin, Texas in March.” petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/dance… 193 signatures.

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PETITION: “Support the prevention of nuclear weapons by the North Corea.” petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/suppo… 199 signatures.

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PETITION: “Play the ‘Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings’ Video Game that was gifted to the President…” petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/play-… 205 signatures.

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PETITION: “Make it illegal for employers to drug test for marijuana” petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/make-… 240 signatures.

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PETITION: “Direct the FBI to Investigate Ted Cruz as the Zodiac Killer” petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/direc… 331 signatures.

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PETITION: “We want Alex Fong and Stephy Tang to make up and marry.” petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/we-wa… 463 signatures.

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PETITION: “Deport Donald J. Trump” petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/depor… 629 signatures.

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PETITION: “Revoke Kansas’ statehood… for failure to guarantee a republican form of government.petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/revok…Pu 3,035 signatures.

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PETITION: “Classify MoveOn.org as a terrorist group…” petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/class… 1,377 signatures.

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PETITION: “Use the song HISTORY by One Direction as an anthem for your final year in office.” petitions.whitehouse.gov/petition/use-s… 1,422 signatures.

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Oh of course the @WhiteHouse Chief Digital Officer announces policy changes on Medium. medium.com/@Goldman44/how… pic.twitter.com/Zy2HUrCpHU

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To be considered, a We the People petition to the White House must reach 100,000 signatures within 30 days. petitions.whitehouse.gov/how-why/terms-…

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“JavaScript, Ruby, and Java … work counter to our way of life.pic.twitter.com/0w41vEBKKeKe

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“A Bill for the prohibition of JavaScript and related purposes,” and not before time. I approve of this petition. twitter.com/efutch/status/…

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Note to All Media, this is NOT a “selfie”. Ben Innes is NOT taking a photo of himself. It’s just a photo. twitter.com/stilgherrian/s…

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Ben Innes, UK health & safety inspector and EgyptAir hostage, poses with his hijacker. dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3… pic.twitter.com/S0DIhQ24KR

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Wednesday. They are tired of Their experiments, and They are tired of you. What now? Wednesday.

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